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Wound Infection and Pseudarthrosis with Additional Surgical Repairs
Wound Infection and Pseudarthrosis with Additional Surgical Repairs

This series of illustrations depicts a complication after surgical repair of a T4 compression fracture which has now developed a draining wound infection at T4 and T5 levels. There is hardware placed from T3 down to T6 and bone fusion at these levels. The new surgical procedure now shows removal of all hardware, irrigation of the area and placement of new hardware beginning at T1 and down to T6.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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